TIFFIN Coffee aims to serve the best coffee in Bradford and is proud to have won a Bradford Means Business Award in the first year of its opening.

The independent coffee house sits in an enviable position in the city centre, in the beautiful Wool Exchange, one of Bradford’s oldest buildings.One of the managers, Matthew Crowther said: “We only established the business seven months ago and hope to be the best in Bradford.

“We take pride in serving the perfect coffee to people.

“Real coffee is one of those things that is regarded as something of a treat but an affordable treat..

“The Wool Exchange is full of character and people just like the quirkiness.

“Our customer base is quite diverse: students, office workers, shoppers, visitors. We get a really good mix of customers.

“At Tiffin Coffee I’m striving for this to be the best coffee business that we can possibly be in Bradford,

“I am ecstatic to receive the new business award.

“It is the first award we have won and means that the hard work we have put into establishing the business over the last seven months has been worthwhile.

“Everyone is thrilled and we want to thank our customers so much for supporting us.”

The company takes pride in the fact that its selection of organic and Fairtrade coffees are roasted right here in Yorkshire.

However, the business is not just about coffee and services freshly made sandwiches, paninis, Yorkshire croques, juices, smoothies, loose leaf teas and homemade cakes.

As an added incentive to try and help the planet and reduce waste, Tiffin is highlighting “for keep cups”.

As a responsible coffee bar they have already taken an ethical approach to helping preserve the planet and reduce waste by knocking 20p off any takeaway coffee where a customers has their own cup.

“We have been doing it for the past month.

“A few have taken up the discount but not many people really know about it yet.